Faculty discuss their projects

Faculty Showcase their eVenture Projects

We loved Gold Star – it ran over 5 years and many of you designed amazing online courses using Quality Matters as your guide. Like any program though, it had a life span and in its last semester we had only three applications to the program. So we revised and started a new. We did not abandon QM though – designing a […]

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UDOIT Canvas Accessibility Tool

We are pleased to inform you that the UDOIT Canvas accessibility inspection tool is now available to scan and address accessibility issues within your Canvas course! Please review the following resources to assist you in accessing and using UDOIT to improve the accessibility of your courses: CTL UDOIT Guide CTL Accessibility Resource As always, contact us with any questions you may […]

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Inspire Learning

Still lots to do!

It’s only Tuesday! There are many more fun activities to engage in at the CTL this week! Here is a quick look: Wednesday 9/14 2:30-4:00  9 Formative Assessment Techniques for Online Courses – Hosted webcast in the CTL 4:00 – 4:45 Communicate with Google Email: Come and discover some tips to optimize your communication via email by using labels, filters, customizing […]

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Back-to-School Workshops

MCC’s CTL will offer several workshops to support faculty and staff with best practices for instruction and work routines. Topics include Foundations of Course Design, Canvas tools (beginner and intermediate), and Change in Practice with Google applications. This fall the CTL will also offer accessibility training for all faculty. Departments have been designated two training dates in a given week for […]

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Be Right Back

The CTL will be closed Tuesday July 26th at 12:00 noon For department planning. Thank you for your patience as we strive to plan how we can best support you this upcoming year! The CTL Team

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Announcing Canvas Commons

On June 30, Maricopa launches a new teaching and learning tool within Canvas called Commons. A team faculty, library, eLearning and Center for Teaching and Learning staff from across the District collaborated to bring this new learning objects component to Canvas. What is Commons? Commons is an addition to Maricopa’s current Canvas license that allows the sharing, discovering, and reusing of learning activities […]

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Need Some Help?

Check out the How-To documents for help with:
  • Canvas
  • Adobe Products
  • Microsoft Products
  • Google
  • More!
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Coming Up Next

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